Il Villaggio Osteria

Il Villaggio Osteria Wilson Wyoming 83014

Il Villagio Osteria is a vibrant, authentic Italian restaurant located at the base of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort underneath Hotel Terra. Osteria serves Italian classics focusing on rustic flavors, including homemade pastas, wood-fired pizzas, salumi, seasonal salads, and wines. Come in for a quiet and relaxed lunch away from the crowds, or enjoy the bustling dining room for dinner. We highly recommend starting with an order of the Pomegranate Brussels Sprouts, followed by the Fusilli pasta for filling entree. Open year round for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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  • T PP   Aug 29, 2023

    We had pizza and a pork chop. The pizzas were delicious and the pork chop was 5 stars. Great service. Great atmosphere. My only complaint? Over priced.

  • Glen Boodram   Mar 14, 2022

    Great location in the Village. Very nice setting and the wait staff is very attentive. Most of our food was great, definitely ask for recommendations. The pizza is thin crust and if you like this style I think you will be happy. Overall great selection of food and beverage.

  • c collins   Sep 05, 2023

    Nice breakfast selection also priced steeply. It was quiet here during Labor Day Weekend so as expected service. Adding 20% service fee on a TO-GO ORDER and charging $6 extra for completely burnt bacon is ridiculous though!

  • Victoria H   Aug 02, 2023

    Great service and food we enjoyed! For breakfast this is one of the only places in ne own open at 7 am and well- staffed. We had the eggs and the oatmeal. Oatmeal was great and served with fresh fruit. And we loved the pastries! Nice and fresh like in Europe. Amazing chocolate croissants. We also came for dinner and were served very fast and the food was perfect after a long day of hiking. Exactly what we needed!

  • Nipa Shah   Aug 25, 2023

    Bread at table: excellent and refilled without being asked. No cost Some cucumber salad - one size and small. $17 Pizza - one size and small and extremely soggy crust. $13 each Sent both back and asked them to make the pizza well-done (crispy) ....and got back a slightly burnt version, lol. I think they broiled it so the top got crispy (and slightly burnt), but the base remained runny. 🤦🤦. The beer, Peroni, was served in a tall chilled glass, and the wine (bottle) we selected was pretty good - a pinot noir. Excellent service, though, and good ambiance. We went specifically for the pizza as the photos on google looked so good. Our choices were limited as vegetarians who don't eat even poultry or seafood. We had asked for green pepper, onion, mushroom, and jalapeno as toppings. They didn't have any peppers at all. We saw no mushrooms on the pizza either. [I'm amazed at a restaurant kitchen that uses no green (forget red, yellow, orange) peppers.] We didn't stay for dessert. The place was packed, though. Either they have other good food or because the choices in Teton Village are limited, and people didn't want to drive the ~20 mins to Jackson for dinner. P.S. A good pizza is not at all difficult to make. It literally takes 5 minutes to make the dough that turns out amazing crispy and flaky pizza crusts. I know because I make them often.

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